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According to a recent report, most teens feel unprepared for careers in technology and engineering. Here's how you can help.
How can you know if grade-skipping is right for your child?
Are you troubled by your child's omnipresent invisible companion?  Rest assured, experts agree imaginary friends are a normal, healthy part of childhood.
Dress up is an essential part your child's development - find the right items for an instant wardrobe!
Recent studies suggest that after school programs do more than just keep kids occupied during the afternoon.
Whether it's on the playground or when adult backs are turned, a first grader's peer relationships can tell a lot about what is, and isn't, on their minds.
Waldorf education isn't just something that happens in the classroom. Here are some tips for bringing Waldorf principles, like rhythm and imagination, home.
Here's what you can do when you can't stand the parents of your child's friend.
A child's habits and behaviors are strongly shaped by his or her family. School programs and peers influence children as well.
Sleepovers have long been considered a rite of passage for American children, but it can also be stressful. How do you prepare for your kid's first sleepover?
Got a young kid at home who seems like they just can't make friends? Here are some ways to help them develop and maintain friendships.
Team sports can teach a child how to win and lose gracefully and gain important skills.  How an overzealous parent can get in his child's way.
You don't know how it happened—but all of a sudden your sweet, obedient child has turned into a tiny tyrant, demanding  this  juice box, not  that  one,  right now . Worse yet, his demands are arbitrary . . .
When parents are involved in students' educations, kids achieve more, exhibit more positive attitudes and behavior, and feel more comfortable in new settings.
A pen pal helps practice reading and writing, and teaches kids about life in other countries. Find out how to get your child a pen pal here.
According to acclaimed author and educator Rosalind Wiseman, there's a whole new world of tricky peer pressure and it's called parenthood.
Discusses Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs and how it provides a model for understanding the need for human relations in the classroom.
Examines how the use of technology can enhance children√Ęs cognitive and social development. Includes a list of grade-suitable technology standards.
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